SFVBJ CURRENT EDITION
Concussion furor, rivals rattle helmet-maker Riddell
SPORTS: Concussion controversy has engulfed the NFL, but helmet supplier Riddell remains committed to football.
hospitality: L.A. firm buying large Warner Center property.
Hospitality: The Warner Center Marriott is being sold and upgraded.
Technology: Northridge school begins new program.
Technology: Cal State Northridge sets up a tech transfer office to commercialize research.
Biotech: Kythera reaches milestone as FDA to review anti-fat compound.
Biotech: A drug that can dissolve fat has inspired shareholders to back Kythera Biopharmaceuticals.
Auctions America set to steer more than 400 vehicles before bidders.
Automotive: A classic car auction in Burbank will sell vehicles for as much as $1 million.
Author taps wrestling experience for tips on grappling with success.
Publishing: Olympic coach Leo Frincu offers life advice in his new book.
Mitzvites offers digital missives including use of video.
Innovation: With Mitzvite, you can send Bar Mitzvah invitations with video.
The Numbers: The price for a knee surgery can vary by more than $60,000.
Education: Woodland Hills tablet maker scores big success with Warner Bros. characters.
Education: Looney Tunes characters help sell children’s tablets at $99 apiece.
Investments: NVA is bought by Ares, which also acquired Guitar Center.
Investments: Ares Management purchases pet hospital chain NVA in Agoura Hills.
Corporate: KNBC starts comedy fundraising series with serious purpose.
KNBC (Channel 4) has been feeling generous this summer.
Medical Devices: Better blood-sugar control found among Type 2 pump users.
A new study shows that Medtronic Inc. insulin pumps achieve better blood sugar control than multiple daily insulin injections for Type 2 diabetics – a conclusion that should help the device gain further market penetration.
Aerospace: Stealth aircraft built 25 years ago returns for regular maintenance.
A B-2 Spirit stealth bomber appeared in the skies above Palmdale this month as part of a commemoration marking the 25th anniversary of the aircraft’s first flight.
A tight county industrial market has sent builders scurrying to develop warehouses and offices in the Santa Clarita Valley, where land is cheaper and firms are migrating.
Developers plan to build three major industrial parks in Santa Clarita. But is there demand?
Distribution: Next Point Bearing Group found lower rents and newer buildings in Santa Clarita.
Major office and industrial deals in San Fernando Valley.
Major office and industrial deals in Burbank and Glendale.
Major office and industrial deals in Conejo Valley.
Major office and industrial deals in Santa Clarita Valley.
Major office and industrial deals in Antelope Valley.
Market Watch Summary
Stocks remained nearly flat during the two-week period ended July 23, during which tensions in the Middle East and Ukraine tempered the market.
News and notes from around the greater San Fernando Valley
Beau Boeckmann has been named president and chief operating officer at Galpin Motors.
From the newsroom: Football’s uncertain future
Calendar of Events
Outlets at Tejon Ranch hopes drivers will exit from all directions
Development: Outlets at Tejon Ranch are opening next month after years of planning.